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 January 09, 2014
 Nuno Carvalhais
(Reichstein department)
Co-variation of carbon turnover times in terrestrial ecosystems with climate

Shaun Levick
(Trumbore department)
Fire, aliens, and carbon dynamics in dry tropical forest
 January 16, 2014
 Mirco Migliavacca
(Reichstein department)
Integrating eddy covariance flux measurements, modeling and phenological observations to simulate carbon and water fluxes in a temperate forest
 January 23, 2014
 Jens Kattge
(Functional Biogeography group)
An introduction to the interdepartmental Max Planck Fellow Group: Functional Biogeography

Kristina Luus
(Reichstein department)
Modeling the responses of terrestrial ecosystems to elevated CO2
 February 06, 2014
  David Blaa
(Heimann department / FSU)
Research Database: Introduction and Demo
 February 20, 2014
 Jost Lavric
(Heimann department)
Status update on the Amazonian Tall Tower Observatory (ATTO)
 March 06, 2014
 Bernhard Ahrens
(Reichstein department)
Contribution of sorption, transport and microbial interactions to the 14C age of a soil organic carbon profile – Insights from a calibrated process model

Anke Hildebrandt
(Hildebrandt group)
Between heaven and earth - vegetation canopies affect how rain arrives at the soil
 March 20, 2014
 Armin Jordan
Flaws in accurate trace gas measurements

Jia Chen
(guest of Heimann department)
Boston column network: compact solar-tracking spectrometer and Eulerian modeling
 April 03, 2014
 Julia Marshall
(Heimann department)
Flux inversions based on satellite data: effects of inconsistent sampling

Ulrike Stahl
(Wirth / Kattge group)
Predicting species` range limits from functional traits
 April 10, 2014
 Ernst-Detlef Schulze
(Emeritus group)
Nature Conservation and Forestry
 April 17, 2014
 Vanessa-Nina Roth
(Gleixner group)
Molecular characterization of dissolved organic matter by ultrahigh-resolution mass spectrometry
 May 08, 2014
 Markus Müller
(Trumbore department)
Agile software development techniques - using the example of SoilR

Christoph Köstler
(Reichstein department)
Improving a land-surface model with remote-sensing soil moisture data
 May 22, 2014
 Sujan Koirala
(Reichstein department)
Evaluation of influence of groundwater dynamics on evapotranspiration at the global scale
 June 05, 2014
 Ute Karstens
(Heimann department)
Using Radon for the evaluation of atmospheric transport models

Michael Rässler
A brief outline of the proficiencies of SpecLab
 June 19, 2014
 Andrea Scheibe
Trumbore department
Effects of tree species identity and diversity on soil processes and microbial community composition in a temperate deciduous forest
 June 26, 2014
 Lee Miller
(Kleidon group)
Recent successes and the present path forward

Sönke Zähle
(Reichstein department)
Current activities of the Terrestrial Biosphere Modelling Group.
 July 03, 2014
 Ingo Schöning
(Trumbore department)
The relative importance of the belowground biodiversity for the decomposition of soil organic matter

Marion Schrumpf
(Trumbore department)
Of winners and losers: results of the CarboEurope soil monitoring
 July 10, 2014
 Markus Lange
(Trumbore department)
How plant diversity increases soil carbon storage - Insights from the Jena Experiment

Gregor Schürmann
(Heimann department)
Assimilation of CO2 and fAPAR with the MPI-CCDAS and implication for the modelled global carbon cycle
 July 17, 2014
 Tonatiuh Nunez Ramirez
(Heimann department)
What does a multi-species inversion tell us about CH4 fluxes?

Christian Rödenbeck
(Heimann department)
What can atmospheric and oceanic observations tell about CO2 flux variability?
 September 04, 2014
 Norbert Kunert
(Trumbore department)
Roads and tree transpiration - an edge effect study

Thomas Wutzler
(Reichstein department)
Linking C and N cycle by soil microbial stoichiometry - Flexibility by enzyme allocation strategies
 September 11, 2014
 Maik Renner
(Axel Kleidon group)
Doing micro-meteorology backwards: applications of thermodynamic limits to site scale energy partitioning

Marcel Bechmann
(Hildebrandt group)
An energy based approach to quantify the division of resistances to root water uptake – an hierarchical arrangement of root hydraulic properties maximizes the drought resistance of plants
 September 18, 2014
 Carlos Sierra
(Trumbore department)
Mathematical properties of soil organic matter decomposition models

Oscar Peres Priego
(Reichstein department)
Estimating photosynthesis with high resolution field spectroscopy in a Mediterranean grassland under different nutrient availability
 September 25, 2014
 Iulia Ilie
(Reichstein department)
Reverse engineering of ecosystem respiration

Panagiotis Kountouris
(Heimann department)
Towards quantitative network design for atmospheric observing systems
 October 02, 2014
 Olaf Kolle
(Field Experiments group)
The challenging work for the Freiland Group in far East Siberia (Cherskii & Ambarchik)

Emily Solly
(Trumbore department)
Controls of fine root C turnover and stabilization in temperate grasslands and forests
 October 16, 2014
 Christian Hallmann
(Hallmann group)
The Precambrian biomarker record of emerging eukaryotes: a shift from the Archean to the Neoproterozoic
 October 30, 2014
 Jan Muhr
(Trumbore department)
Forcing trees into surviving on storage carbon - insights from a girdling experiment in Manaus, Brazil

Sabrina Arnold
(Heimann department)
Measurement of Climate-Relevant Trace Gas Concentrations in the Framework of the Total Carbon Column Observing Network (TCCON)
 November 13, 2014
 Jana Wäldchen
(Schulze group)
Automating the process of plant species identification: An introduction to the new research project

Kristin Bohn
(Hildebrandt group)
Shedding light into grasslands: Applying a trait-based mechanistic model JeDi-DGVM to understand positive div-prod relation
 November 27, 2014
 Saadat Malghani
(Trumbore department)
Terrestrial CH4 Cycle: What factors govern high affinity methanotrophs activity and population in contrasting land use types?

John Kim
(Trumbore department)
Costs and benefits of land-use changes under payments for carbon and water ecosystem services
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